Praia hosts Meeting of the Technical Committee of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Regional System for the Certification of Sustainable Energy Skills – African Business

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ECREEE with help from the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) is organizing the third Technical Committee assembly of the ECOWAS Certification of Sustainable Vitality Abilities (ECSES) from the twenty fourth -Twenty sixth of Might 2023, at CERMI (Centro de Energias Renováveis e Manutenção Industrial), in Praia, Cabo Verde. The assembly is organized underneath the umbrella of the ProCEM-II (Promotion of a climate-friendly electrical energy market within the ECOWAS area) program.

The goals of the workshop are to: 

  1. Renew the certification of the Technical Committee (TC) Members;
  2. Inform all stakeholders in regards to the progress made for the reason that institution of the scheme;
  3. Validate the revised bylaws and certification tips;
  4. Current the Consultative Tripartite Framework;
  5. Current the following steps for the Regional Certification Scheme (2023-2027).

These goals help the fulfilment of ECREEE’s Strategic Plan 2023-2027, which goals to align the Certification Scheme to regional and worldwide requirements.

The assembly is predicted to deliver collectively over 50 members from the related Ministries, Nationwide High quality and Requirements Companies, Skilled Associations, and Academic our bodies within the area; representatives from the Directorates and Companies of the ECOWAS Fee (Vitality, Training, Non-public Sector, Trade, Gender, Youth), the West African Energy Pool (WAPP), the West African Financial and Financial Union (WAEMU) and different stakeholders.

The ECSES was established in 2015 with the help of Worldwide Renewable Vitality Company (IRENA) and GIZ, to advertise skilled competency and handle the standard assurance gaps that exist alongside the renewable power (RE) and power efficiency (EE) value-chain. Different companions who’ve since contributed to the implementation of the scheme embrace the African Improvement Financial institution (AfDB), the European Union (EU) and the World Financial institution (WB).

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Financial Group of West African States (ECOWAS).

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